I would like to thank all of the men and women who serve(d) in the military for our great country. Without your willingness to go into harm’s way and protect our way of life we wouldn’t have the freedoms that we enjoy. I would also like to thank the families of the veterans who serve(d), because without their support we wouldn’t be able to do what we do or be as great a military as we are.
As a veteran of the US Navy, I served in the first Gulf War and Afghanistan. I was disappointed in the medical care I received when I returned, so I asked myself what I could do to make a difference for my fellow vets and their families. After seeing the movie Acronym, by Steffan Tubbs, I was motivated to create a non-profit where I can put my acupuncture skills to use, treating veterans with PTSD and other related issues, and also helping their families. I believe there are other remedies available to help get our bodies back into balance so we can do more great things in this world. Acupuncture and Chinese medicine are excellent natural ways to accomplish this goal.
My objective is to reach as many veterans and their families as I can, so that I can help them get back into a healthier state, which will benefit them as well as their families. So many times the family is the most affected by what we experience, and we don’t realize it or don’t know where to turn.
Veterans Acupuncture Center of Colorado (VACC) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) that was created to meet these needs. If you are a veteran or you know a veteran, call us to get the care you deserve. If you want to support VACC, please click on the donations page. We need all the support we can gather. Thank you in advance.
I want to ensure that everyone knows that the VACC is a private non-profit, and everything we do is with the utmost confidentiality for our patients.
Please call me with any questions or to set up an appointment – 303-810-9255.
Scot Somes, LAc., MSTCM